NEW YORK (PIX11) — Voters decided several crucial races in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut during Tuesday’s midterm elections.
In New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo soundly defeated Republican challenger Rob Astorino. In New Jersey, Cory Booker was re-elected as U.S. senator. Other local races were still undecided Tuesday evening.
Latest updates below.
A Staten Island mom explains why she voted for Michael Grimm:
FoxCT reporting officials have confirmed that not all voters in line will be allowed to cast a ballot at New Haven’s City Hall. There is apparently one line for both voting and registering, and those who haven’t registered by 8 p.m. will reportedly be turned away.
BREAKING: Republicans win Senate race in KY, both Senate seats in SC.
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 5, 2014
Will Republicans take the Senate? A guide to tonight’s midterm election.
RAW: PIX was the only news station to catch Rep. Charles Rangel voting this morning.
Dems in most swing states don't want Obama's physical presence, but in FL, NC & elsewhere, they welcome his voice on urban radio ads.
— David Lauter (@DavidLauter) November 4, 2014
Advice to campaign reporters right now; next five hours are best time to hibernate. Go to the movies. You won't miss a thing
— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) November 4, 2014
Did you experience or witness the violation of a federal election law? The United States Attorneys for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York have created a special hotline for voters.
Voters in Manhattan, Bronx, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan and Westchester Counties should call (212) 637-0840.
For Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Nassau and Suffolk Counties, call (718) 254-7000.
Possible federal violations can also be reported directly to the FBI: (212) 384-1000.
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DEVELOPING: Glitch in Connecticut prompts Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to push for extending voting hours.
Cory Booker faces off against Republican Jeff Bell in first Senate re-election bid http://go.pix11.com/1phDFOp
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